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Eggers H - - 1976
This is a review of primary and secondary tumors of the optic nerve. The emphasis is an optic nerve gliomas and meningiomas. Optic nerve gliomas are slowly growing astrocytic neoplasms of the anterior visual pathways, the majority of which occur within the first two decades of life, with equal sex ...
Wortzman G - - 1976
The role of computerized transaxial tomography (CTT) of the brain in 100 post-operative tumor cases is assessed. CTT proves an accurate method of determining tumor recurrence and in evaluating such complications as intracerebral hemorrhage, subdural or extradural hemorrhage, cerebral infarction, hydrocephalus and shunt patency. Its accuracy decreases the need for ...
Voigt K - - 1975
Electronic sector scanning (ESS) is a new two-dimensional ultrasonic technique which provides continuous and instantaneous cross-sections of intracranial structures through the intact skull, including the ventricles and large cerebral arteries, by means of a stationary probe. 2. The efficiency of the ESS in the diagnosis of brain tumors and extracerebral ...
Guegan Y - - 1975
Authors report on the case of one patient exhibiting, since three months, a spontaneous thinorrhea and directed to them with the diagnosis of pituitary tumor. The neuro-roentgenologic inquiry discovers a ventricular dilatation and an evagination of the III rd. ventricle into the pituitary fossa ; it also puts in evidence ...
Fox J H - - 1975
Forty patients with senile dementia were evaluated prospectively with laboratory and radiologic investigations, including computerized axial transverse tomography. Five patients were believed to have potentially treatable illnesses causing the dementia. After treatment, the dementia in one patient with hypothyroidism was completely resolved. One patient with pernicious anemia was markedly improved, ...
Marvan P - - 1975
The diagnosis of space-occupying lesions in the subtentorial space by vertebral angiography is based upon a good knowledge of arteries and veins and topographic points of this region. An imaginary line between the colliculo-central point and the chorioidal point divides the posterior fossa into two imaginary parts. In this way ...
Perdue G D - - 1975
Many authors have postulated that angulation of the carotid artery is a cause of stroke and recommend corrective operation. Symptoms attributed to such lesions are often nebulous and unrelieved by the operation, and proof is lacking that unselected patients who have this condition have a risk of stroke exceeding operative ...
Bruetman M E - - 1974
Kubinski H - - 1973
Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) contains two groups of proteins that bind tightly to DNA and to polyriboguanylic acid, respectively. In certain diseases the amounts of a given nucleic acid bound by a constant volume of CSF may increase, while in others the amount of such proteins may be reduced. Binding of ...
Giordano C - - 1973
Jellinger K - - 1973
Kamphuisen H A - - 1972
A new form of ultrasound diagnostic possibility is presented (the electroscan). The basic principles of this two dimensional method are described. Special attention is given to the probe consisting of an array of 21 elements of piezo-electric material. The results of this method in four patients are discussed (meningioma, arteriovenous ...
Hammer B - - 1972
Skrzypczak J - - 1969
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